Neo-Georgian

Neo-Georgian

A loose term, descriptive of an architecture that emulates features and details of Georgian architecture, including a symmetrical façade, but commonly historically inaccurate; found primarily in the 19th and 20th centuries, but continues to be built today.
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While the Seven on State homes are built in a classic, neo-Georgian style, the interiors feature modern touches.
They reflect the fashionable styles of the period: many were Tudor; others neo-Georgian and a few pseudish, or modernistic, or art deco.
The neo-Georgian architecture seen around campus can be spotted throughout the Pavilion, accenting window frames and doorways.
Coleen won the argument while ignoring accusations that she is a hypocrite and a selfish nimby because the Rooneys tore down a 1930s home to build their neo-Georgian style eightbedroom palace.
In the end, the greatest constraint faced by RPBW might not have been any physical requirement of the site but a kind of reflexive valorization of history, where the neo-Georgian architecture was assumed to be valuable simply because it represents an amorphous sense of heritage.
He is believed to own three homes on the high-security street known as Billionaires Row including a neo-Georgian mansion near the Israeli embassy.
Many of the building's original features have been retained, the mahogany panelling and black and white marble flooring in the entrance hall has been sympathetically restored and extensive refurbishment has been carried out to the central lift, continuing the traditional neo-Georgian feel throughout.
THE Neo-Georgian former West Midlands Fire Service Headquarters was built in 1935 and has survived the decades.
I doubt the Sisu supremo and her American husband William made the same mistake when they moved into one of London's most exclusive addresses, a neo-Georgian square in the Royal Borough of Kensington.
Just off the Common''s north edge is the exclusive Beacon Hill, a beautiful neo-Georgian neighbourhood still illuminated by gas lamps.
Designed by architect Charles Platt in 1908, the Neo-Georgian building had mirror layouts.